Montana Gray table.
Cocteau console table.
In this fantastic piece, reclaimed elm wood² with a gray tone finish over a hand carved retro-look urn pedestals with distressed white paint get together to form a heavy, steady, good looking piece. Natural tones with distinctive nicks and imperfections are a part of this table that speak for its origin. Tipically pieces of solid wood from barrels or old buildings are taken apart just as they come to translate into a beautiful table like this one.
Utica side table.
In this piece, 19mm of thick flat edge clear glass top and stainless steal connect with this beautifully preserved slice of teak¹ tree at its purest, rarest form. This interesting fusion of materials present a unique way to preserve a fragment of ancient nature for years to come.
When ultramodern is not really your style, at the begining you don't really understand the sole purpose of this table, but when you take a closer look, you start to understand that this is minimalistic design at its best. One single piece that makes a visual statement. Pure, simple design, stainless steel metal. Simply incredible!
Thunder dining table.
The Cauca table.
Tolima Side Table.
Picaso coffee table.
¹Teak has been used as a crafting material for over 2000 years, it was found in an archeological dig in Berenike a port on the Indian Roman trade. No tree was purposely harmed to create this table. A Teak tree belongs to the family of Tectona grandis is native to south and southeast Asia, mainly India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Burma.
²Reclaimed lumber is wood retrieved from its original application for purposes of subsequent use. Most reclaimed lumber comes from timbers and decking rescued from old barns, factories and warehouses, although some companies use wood from less traditional structures such as boxcars, coal mines and wine barrels.
³Suarina wood -Lat. Samanea saman is found on the sustainable forest of Southeast Asia where manufacturers are concerned about the degradation of the environment, therefore they replace more trees than they harvest.